Tag: photoshop

Jan 9, 2014

The Vastness of Space, Miniaturized

The Vastness of Space, Miniaturized

Trying to comprehend the expanse of space is a daunting task. Just reading about the distance between Earth and the nearest star/planet/galaxy is enough to boggle most minds. So the thought of miniaturizing something so expansive as the Cosmos is both fascinating and counter-intuitive. Last month reddit user TheScienceLlama used the Tilt-Shift filter in…

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Dec 11, 2013

These Might Be the Slowest High-Speed Images Ever Captured

These Might Be the Slowest High-Speed Images Ever Captured

Photograph by FABIAN OEFNER Website | Behance | 500px Courtesy of the MB&F M.A.D Gallery What looks to be an ‘exploded view‘ of a 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR taken at a microsecond in time, is actually a meticulous and painstakingly crafted artificial moment by artist and photographer Fabian Oefner. In Disintegrating, Fabian sketches where…

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Nov 26, 2013

Teenager Splices Portrait and Macro Photos into Miniature Fantasy World

Teenager Splices Portrait and Macro Photos into Miniature Fantasy World

Zev aka Fiddleoak is a wonderfully talented 14-year-old photographer that is well-known for his amazing photo manipulations. Hailing from Natick, Massachusetts, Zev skillfully splices portrait photographs with macro photos of nature, interiors and objects. While Zev’s sister Aliza helps out with concepts and setup, all photography and editing is done by Zev, who started…

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Oct 17, 2013

Recreating the Past with Model Cars and Forced Perspective

Recreating the Past with Model Cars and Forced Perspective

Artist Michael Paul Smith – Self Portrait For the last 25 years, Michael Paul Smith has used model cars, forced perspective and custom-built miniature displays in real-world settings to create Elgin Park, Smith’s version of a mid 20th century American town Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and currently living in New England, Smith’s model-making skills…

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Sep 23, 2013

Vintage Photos of New York Superimposed onto Present Day

Vintage Photos of New York Superimposed onto Present Day

Marc Hermann (@MHermannPhoto) is a professional news photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He is an official historian and interim trustee of the New York Press Photographers Association. As of November 2012, Hermann has been a staff photographer with the Corporate Communications department of MTA New York City Transit. In a fascinating…

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Sep 17, 2013

Picture of the Day: Invisible Reflection

Picture of the Day: Invisible Reflection

INVISIBLE REFLECTION Photograph by LAURA WILLIAMS Facebook | Flickr | Blog | deviantART | Prints available In this beautifully executed concept, we see a self-portrait of photographer Laura Williams, an 18-year-old artist from Cambridge, UK. The mirror illusion was achieved in post-production using Photoshop with the idea of being ‘invisible’ or ‘transparent’.…

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Sep 5, 2013

Artist Uses Modern Techniques to Preserve a Traditional Chinese Art Form

Artist Uses Modern Techniques to Preserve a Traditional Chinese Art Form

Yang Yongliang is a Chinese artist and photographer from Shanghai. Born in 1980, he studied calligraphy and traditional Chinese landscape painting from an early age until graduating from the China Academy of Fine Art where he now teaches. His bio on White Rabbit summarizes Yongliang’s thoughts adeptly: A longtime student and devotee of shanshui,…

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Aug 15, 2013

20 Historic Black and White Photos Colorized

20 Historic Black and White Photos Colorized

When we see old black and white photos we sometimes forget the actual moments were experienced the same way we do today.

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Jul 22, 2013

Couple Turns Engagement Photos Into Epic Series of Movie Posters

Couple Turns Engagement Photos Into Epic Series of Movie Posters

When Joshua Watson and Rachel Watson got engaged they wanted to have some fun with their engagement shoot. With the help of their friend and photographer Jordan Nakamura, they recreated a series of movie posters and television show promo posters. The various posters were used to provide information for their upcoming wedding, such as…

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Jun 25, 2013

Surreal Photos That Make You Look Twice

Surreal Photos That Make You Look Twice

Erik Johansson is a full-time photographer and retoucher from Sweden, now based in Berlin, Germany. The wildly successful artist does both personal and commission work for big brands around the world. His latest commercial project with Adobe had Erik doing live photoshopping at a modified bus stop. The campaign went viral, with over 15.5…

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